Ryan Fitzmartin's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Multiversity Comics Reviews: 13
7.4Avg. Review Rating

6.2
Alien: The Original Screenplay #2

Sep 7, 2020

An unnecessary and weaker re-imaging of a classic movie, likely of interest only to truly devoted fans.

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5.3
An Unkindness of Ravens #1

Sep 29, 2020

A highly routine and lackluster entry in a worn-out genre.

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7.1
Bang! #4

Oct 12, 2020

A mildly underwhelming effort by Matt Kindt to embrace his pulpier side.

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8.7
Captain America (2018) #27

Feb 22, 2021

A superb comic filled with exciting action and strong social commentary.

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5.7
Dark Nights: Death Metal #7

Jan 11, 2021

Strong visuals aren't enough to hold together a messy finale.

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7.3
Death to The Army of Darkness #4

Sep 14, 2020

Evil Dead fans will likely enjoy this goofy and energetic, albeit somewhat forgettable, comic.

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6.8
Doctor Who Comic (2020) #3

Jan 18, 2021

Jody Houser brings together Two Doctors on a routine but still entertaining adventure.

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8.7
Fearless Dawn: Meets Hellboy #1

Sep 21, 2020

A worthy one-shot featuring two creators displaying the uniqueness of their characters.

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8.6
Grumble: Memphis & Beyond the Infinite! #5

Nov 23, 2020

Rafer Robert's Grumble is quality humor with an extra dose of real heart.

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7.4
Miskatonic (2020) #3

Jan 25, 2021

"Miskatonic" #3 is a worthy new entry in the Lovecraftian Horror resurgence.

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9.2
Red Atlantis #1

Nov 9, 2020

A terrific start to what could be a provocative and very exciting new comic.

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8.2
The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys #1

Oct 19, 2020

A flashy, inspired comic with ample style and little substance.

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7.4
Zorro (2018): Galleon of the Dead #2

Oct 26, 2020

An action-adventure silver-age throwback, for better and for worse.

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